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06-05-2013 12:55 AM

Topic tags/keywords: rounds table epoxy cracks

I bought two rounds to make table tops out of. I have a couple questions though.

First, they have both been kiln dried so moisture shouldn’t be a problem. One has a little chunk (the round on the right that has to parallel cracks in the back) that is a little loose. Should I just remove it and glue it back in? Following that, what’s the best way to fill those cracks? I’ve heard, perhaps epoxy mixed with sawdust, or perhaps a dark epoxy for contrast? Would the bar/table top epoxy be any good?

Thanks all!


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